A little introduction

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by the_colonel, Jan 5, 2013.

  1. the_colonel

    the_colonel New Member

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    Hello World,

    after lurking around in this forum I would like to introduce myself and say "Hello" to the rest of the world.

    I've just started paper modelling after building plastic models during my teenage years.

    Greetings from Germany
  2. silveroxide

    silveroxide Well-Known Member

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    Welcome aboard and lurk no more. I assume that after checking the site out, you may have read the rules and policy of the forum and waiting period for the free downloads. I Hope that you have selected your pick of models to build. Start posting and show off some of your works. Hoping to see some of your works around here. Enjoy and see you around the forum.
  3. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    So that who that was. I saw someone lurking and sticking their head and looking around. I wondered when he would come in and join the party. Welcome aboard! The Rules have changed since you have joined. You need to get your post count up!

    Please read the Rules and Policies here and sie werden verstehen. :)

    Das Forum Regeln und Richtlinien
    http://www.zealot.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=623

    Sorry for the rusty German, I couldn't resist trying. :)




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  4. Rhaven Blaack

    Rhaven Blaack ADMINISTRATOR Administrator Moderator

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    Welcome to the forum. I am glad to hear that you are no longer "JUST LURKING AROUND", and have decided to join our happy little family.
    You will find that there are many different thing here (there is something for everyone here). If there is something specific that you are looking for, we can help you find it (or at least point you in the right direction)

    Once again, welcome aboard, and I look forward to seeing some of your work.
  5. the_colonel

    the_colonel New Member

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    Let's see what will happen ... ;-)

    I downloaded a model a few weeks ago from the guys at paper-replika and printed those sheets. Today is sunday ... maybe a good start.

    And my interest are in the science fiction area - Star Trek, Star Wars and stuff like that.

    Greetings
  6. Kiyoshi

    Kiyoshi Member

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    Herzlich Willkommen und viel Vergnügen xD When it comes to science fiction, I think you have found the right place!
  7. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member

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    Wilkommen, Herr Colonel!
    Sorry for the sad attempt to write in German...sign1
    You probably already know what I'm about to write, but I think the best Star Trek models, when it comes to Enterprise, are Uhu02's for the 2009 movie, and the TOS model by Ron.
    Search and you shall find!
    Warm greeting from Brazil (hey, it's summertime here!:p).
  8. Ron Caudillo

    Ron Caudillo Creative Advisory Consultant Moderator

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    Hey Rogerio,
    Thanks for the kind words! And a big WELCOME to you Herr Colonel!

    To save you a bit of time, here are the links to download the USS Enterprise and the Space Pod I designed:
    USS ENTERPRISE (from the original TV series) available at Jon Leslie's
    Lower Hudson Valley Paper Model E-Gift Shop web site:
    http://www.jleslie48.com
    Click on the "Models for Download" button on the left side.
    Click on the "Science Fictions" link.
    Scroll down and click on the link next to the photo of the Enterprise model on the page.

    USS ENTERPRISE BRIDGE (from the original TV series) available at Jon Leslie's
    Lower Hudson Valley Challenger Center Gift Shop web site:
    http://www.jleslie48.com
    Click on the "Models for Download" button on the left side.
    Click on the "Science Fictions" link.
    Scroll down and click on the link next to the photo of the Enterprise bridge model on the page.
    --> Also available! A 'HAKO-sized' Enterprise Bridge model play set.

    SPACE POD from Lost in Space TV series
    http://www.b9robotbuildersclub.com/pub/gallery/miscellaneous.html
    Hover the mouse on the CLUB GALLERY tab
    Click on the "MISCELLANEOUS" selection
    Scroll down the page and click on the "SPACE POD" link

    ALL OF MY AVAILABLE MODELS
    http://www.pendercrafts.com
    Click on the blue "click here to enter site" link at the bottom center of the home page.
    Click on the "SCI-FI PAPER MODELS" link towards the bottom of the web page.
    Click on the "DOWNLOAD" link at the bottom of the page.

    Best Regards,
  9. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member

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    Gee

    Gee, Ron, thanks!

    I started in papercraft about a couple of months ago, and since I've joined Zealot, I grow in awe everyday for the works being shown here. Having seen your models before, and many other over the net, I can reassure what I've written before in this thread.
    I've already got your Enterprise model and Uhu02's (which, by the way, he recognizes is based on yours, if Google Translator does not fail me), but I'm trying to do easier things to get some more skill. I've tried to assemble Uhu02's model, but something went terribly wrongwall1
    But hey! The moment is for joy, for a new member has joined us, so thank you for your very kind words and great links, and wilkommen, Herr Colonel!

    Greetings from Brazil!:thumb: